School House Apartments

Solar Photovoltaic


System Size (kW DC): 164.80



Expected Annual Electricity Generation (kWh): 155,041




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Affordable Housing Goes Solar


Solar photovoltaic installations are located at a number of affordable housing sites across Connecticut, including the 213-unit School House apartment community in Waterbury.  The developer of the apartment complex, WinnCompanies, utilized incentives from CCEF’s Affordable Housing Initiative and its On-Site Renewable Distributed Generation Program to make this 164.80-kilowatt solar installation possible.

WinnCompanies believes that by installing solar energy systems on housing for low income families in Connecticut, it is preserving long-term affordability and enabling residents to reduce their carbon footprint.




Environmental Benefits


Annual Emissions Avoided (lbs.) *


 172,096  136  88  327



The energy produced by this system is equivalent to:


The needs
of 18 homes

Removing the
emissions for 14 cars

Planting 29 acres of trees



Additional Information


School House Apartments

Wilby (42 Pine Street),

Webster (90 Platt Street),

Bishop (47 Beacon Street, 127 Easton Avenue) 

Waterbury, CT 06704


Larry Curtis




Are tours of this facility available? No



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* Learn about how we calculate avoided emissions here